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GitHub - mikehearn/jsimpledb: Language-Natural Persistence Layer for Java
Language-Natural Persistence Layer for Java. Contribute to mikehearn/jsimpledb development by creating an account on GitHub.
java  persistence  library  database  nosql  keyvalue  opensource  floss 
9 days ago by gilberto5757
Velero - Backup and migrate Kubernetes applications and their persistent volumes
Tools to back up and restore your Kubernetes cluster resources and persistent volumes.By Heptio.
Kubernetes  backup  opensource  persistence 
16 days ago by liqweed
ModelDB - System to manage machine learning models
A system to manage machine learning models.

Companies often build hundreds of models a day (e.g., churn, recommendation, credit default). However, there is no practical way to manage all the models that are built over time. This lack of tooling leads to insights being lost, resources wasted on re-generating old results, and difficulty collaborating. ModelDB is an end-to-end system that tracks models as they are built, extracts and stores relevant metadata (e.g., hyperparameters, data sources) for models, and makes this data available for easy querying and visualization.
machine-learning  persistence  API  tools 
6 weeks ago by liqweed
GraphSchema Tools - GraphQL info with dgraph backend
A tool that can run a GraphQL API from just the declarative GraphQL schema. It serves the GraphQL API over http and uses Dgraph as a backend graph database.
GraphQL  schema  API  persistence  querying  opensource  graph-theory 
6 weeks ago by liqweed
dgman - Dgraph schema manager, with mutate and query helpers
A schema manager for Dgraph using the Go Dgraph client (dgo), which manages Dgraph schema and indexes from Go tags in struct definitions
golang  persistence  client  schema  graph-theory  querying 
7 weeks ago by liqweed
SimpleFS - Handles files on IndexedDB
A minimal, extensible and promise based filesystem layer for modern browsers. Uses IndexedDB.
JS  persistence  filesystem  browser  database  opensource 
8 weeks ago by liqweed
ImmortalDB - Relentless key-value store for the browser
A resilient key-value store for the browser.
ImmortalDB is the best way to store persistent key-value data in the browser. Data saved to ImmortalDB is redundantly stored in Cookies, IndexedDB, LocalStorage, and SessionStorage, and relentlessly self heals if any data therein is deleted or corrupted.

For example, clearing cookies is a common user action, even for non-technical users. And browsers will unceremoniously delete IndexedDB, LocalStorage, and/or SessionStorage without warning under storage pressure.
database  key-value-database  browser  JS  opensource  persistence 
8 weeks ago by liqweed

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